SCI

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BELISA78
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25735
Filename:
SCI
Updated:
2010-07-05 14:46:23
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PT SCI
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Review of affects of SCI
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  1. Effects of SCI
    • 1) paralysis
    • 2) spasticity
    • 3) loss of sensation
    • 4) respiration
    • 5) bowel and bladder continence
    • 6) genital function
    • 7) CV function
    • 8) thermoregulation
  2. Complications of SCI
    • Decubitus ulcers
    • Respiratory dysfunction
    • Contractures
    • Osteoporosis
    • DVT
    • Gastrointestinal
    • Autonomic dysreflexia
    • Ortho/postural hypotension
    • Heterotopic bone fomation
  3. What level of i njury?

    -Dependent in ADL's
    -Ventilator required
    -Tilt in space wc for pressure relief
    -Mouth control with belt for trunk control
    C1-C3
  4. What level of injury?

    -No ventilator
    -Use of adaptive equipment for ADL's
    C4
  5. what level of injury?

    -Elbow flex
    -Supination
    -Shld ER, ABD to90•, limited flex
    -Mod to min assistance with LE's
    -Dependent for transfers with slide board
    C5
  6. Pressure relief should occur how often?
    3-4 times per hr
  7. What level of injury?

    -Independent tranfers with slide board
    -WC for household mobility
    -Power chair for community
    C6
  8. What level of injury?

    -Elbow ext, wrist flex, finger ext spared
    -Independent transfers
    -WC for community trouble with rough terrains
    C7
  9. What level of injury?

    -Full use of UE's
    -Indepndent with ADL's
    -WC for community
    C8
  10. What level of injury?

    -Improved trunk control
    -Increased resp reserve
    -Independent with ALL transfers
    -WC sports
    T1-T5
  11. What level of injury?

    -Improved trunk control
    -Increased resp reserve
    -Independent swing to w/ bilat KAFO's for short distances on II bars
    -WC for community mobility
    T6-T8
  12. What level of injury?

    -Increased endurance
    -trunk controlIndependent household ambulators
    -WC for community for energy conservation
    T9-T12
  13. What level of injury?

    -Has hip flex, add, knee ext
    -Independent home ambulators with KAFO's and forearm crutches
    -WC for E conserv or convenience
    T12-L3
  14. what level of injury?

    -Independent home ambulators
    -Community ambulators
    -WC for E conserv or convenience
    L4-L5

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